Saturday, March 8, 2008

New Washington Practice Volumes

Washington Practice has a new volume (volume 30): Washington Motions in Limine by David N. Finley & Lisa McGuire. Read Kelly Aldrich's description in the Law Library news here.

And if you haven't been watching the bookshelves closely you might also want to look at volume 29, which was added last year. Washington Elements of an Action by David K. DeWolf

provides legal analysis of the required elements for various causes of action, including defenses, checklists, sample pleadings, jury instructions, and jury verdicts, providing a streamlined approach to your research efforts. Topics included in the 2007 edition include actions for abuse of process, animals, business torts, contracts, dram shop liability, employment, false imprisonment, breach of fiduciary duties, fraud, government tort liability, insurance bad faith, intentional infliction of emotional distress, libel and slander, malicious prosecution, medical malpractice, negligence, nuisance, premises liability, privacy, products liability, and wrongful death.
The publisher's description links to the table of contents and index.

Washington Practice is in the Reference Area of the library, at KFW80. It's also on Westlaw (WAPRAC database) -- but the new volume on motions in limine isn't online yet.

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